Up to 100,000 have not made switch to digital TV

As many as 100,000 households face the prospect of blank television screens in a week’s time, according to the Department of Communications.

15th October, 2012
“Our latest research indicates that by end of September approximately 100,000 households still had to make the switch to digital TV,” said Minister Rabbitte.

As many as 100,000 households face the prospect of blank television screens in a week���s time, according to the Department of Communications.

The analogue television signal is to switch off next week and all televisions will need to be linked to a digital television system in order to receive any stations.

Minister for Communications, Pat Rabbitte today paid a visit to the Kippure TV transmission mast in Wicklow to highlight the changeover.

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